This pumpkin leather recipe from Family Fun magazine tastes exactly like fruit roll-ups. It only contains two ingredients - pumpkin pie mix and applesauce, but takes 10 hours to cook. You spread it thin on parchment paper and cook it at 140 degrees. This was a problem for my oven because the lowest setting is 170 degrees. Sometimes I left the door ajar, but that wasn't working either because it just made the oven work harder trying to keep the temperature at 170. It worked out fine but still took almost the whole time.
I originally made this as a snack to take to Disneyland for the girls, but when we got there Mads had had teeth work and was off sticky stuff and Sophie didn't feel good and was off food in general. All the adults agreed it tasted ok and was amazing exactly like a commercially prepared one. And here's a picture of the adorable Sophie after getting her hair done at the Bibbity Bobbity Boutique.